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Equilibrium electron density of coal-combustion mixtures--computer study and comparison with experiment.

Authors
Spencer-FE Jr.; Hendrie-JC Jr.; Bienstock-D
Source
13th Symp Eng Aspects of Magnetohydrodynam Stanford Univ California 3/73 Pp VI 4 1-VII 4 6 :VI.4.1-VII.4.6
Link
NIOSHTIC No.
10010594
Abstract
Computer electron densities and conductivities are reported for a typical seeded coal combustion mixture. Results are compared with those for a clean fuel gas produced from the same coal, from which the ash, sulfur, and chlorine have been excluded. The radical oh appears to be the most important electron acceptor in clean systems. For direct coal firing however, one should consider the ions alo2-, bo2-, cl-, po2-, and so2-, all of which have noticeable (order of 1 percent or more) effects on electron density.
Publication Date
19730101
Document Type
OP; Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Fiscal Year
1973
Identifying No.
OP 48-73
NIOSH Division
PERC
Source Name
13th Symp. Eng. Aspects of Magnetohydrodynam., Stanford Univ., California, 3/73, Pp VII.4.1-VII.4.6
State
CA; PA
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